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An introduction to Carol Read’s Amazing world of animals project, including a comprehensive project map with details of lesson aims and skills, language and vocabulary covered in each lesson.
In the first lesson of Carol Read’s Amazing world of animals, children learn to recognize the difference between vertebrates and invertebrates, classify animals into groups and identify and describe key features of animals in each group. Step-by-step teacher’s notes and student worksheets are included.
In the second lesson of Carol Read’s Amazing world of animals, children learn to recognize that animals live in different habitats, to identify and describe key features of animal habitats and to understand ways in which animals are adapted to live in their habitat. Step-by-step teacher’s notes and student worksheets ...
In this lesson plan, pupils learn to distinguish between two- and three- dimensional shapes, and recognise these shapes in their immediate surroundings by matching and counting. Includes project ideas.
A great lesson plan that uses coloured pencils and cut-outs to introduce or review shapes.
In this lesson plan, pupils learn about influential artist Pablo Picasso while consolidating key art vocabulary.
In this lesson plan, students find out about the lives and amazing achievements of Captain James Cook (world famous explorer), Valentina Tereshkova (first woman in space) and Roald Amundsen (first explorer to reach the South Pole).
Introduce your students to Silvia Alice Earle, famous for her underwater travels.
In this lesson plan, pupils match instruments to the part of the body used to play them, and complete sentences to describe pictures of musicians playing. The worksheet features fun illustrations and helps reinforce vocabulary for musical instruments and parts of the body, as well as the present continuous.
The first of these worksheets looks at a number of instruments and questions which would make the highest and lowest sounds? The second worksheet provides answers to this question.
In this lesson plan, pupils learn about the different types of musical instruments and one of Spain’s most famous composers, Joaquín Rodrigo.
Encouraging your pupils to recognise sequences and patterns in numbers and words is important for developing their learning skills. In these worksheet activities, pupils identify patterns to complete number sequences and use their knowledge of times tables to colour the squares a chart.
How many pupils are afraid of snakes but not of spiders? What share of the class likes strawberry ice cream? In this lesson plan, pupils read a text then complete a Venn diagram and pie charts. Warm up activities and project ideas engage young learners by encouraging them to discuss ...
A worksheet with activities to make addition, subtraction and multiplication fun while reinforcing the numbers 1-100. Organise the pupils in pairs so that they can discuss and help each other, or set up the activities as a class competition to increase the challenge.
Don’t pick the vegetables! In this lesson plan, pupils match health and safety signs to the appropriate places in a summer camp, and number sentences to match the signs to the correct instructions. Teaches young learners about using signs and symbols, while consolidating key vocabulary words such as ‘forest’, ‘swimming ...
This lesson plan aims to teach the different types of transport and reinforce prepositions such as ’by’ and ’on’.
This lesson plan introduces the different types of media as well as expressions of time.
This lesson plan consolidates the names of animals, the characteristics of mammals and practises using is and isn’t.
This lesson plan introduces the external characteristics of animals by having pupils complete animal riddles, draw animals and then create new riddles for their partner.
In this lesson plan, pupils learn the characteristics of our furry, scaled and feathered friends.
This fun activity can be used at the beginning of a new topic like ’Tourism’ to introduce new material, or the end to revise material already learned.
A lesson plan for pupils to use the present continuous to describe the weather and practise vocabulary for the months, the seasons and clothes.
A lesson plan with matching and true/false exercises to teach about the course of a river and review the present simple tense.
Pupils will have been working on identifying and using rhyming words in their own language: in these activities, young learners complete poems and play a memory game using rhyming words in English. Also helps pupils recognise the structure of simple poems and reinforces basic vocabulary words.
Which mythological Greek creature had the body of a horse and the head and torso of a man? Which had snakes for hair? Introduce young learners to the fascinating world of Greek mythology in this lesson plan. Pupils match descriptions to the correct character, and use their imagination to draw ...
Describing story characters is an important stage in the development of creative writing. In this worksheet, pupils match pictures and text descriptions to fairytale creature before writing their own description of a fantasy character.
Get students ready for Valentine’s Day with these fun activities!
In this experiment, pupils learn about the build-up of stored energy and its subsequent release by building a boat powered by an elastic band. Students complete gap-fill and matching exercises practising related vocabulary and the first conditional before placing a sequence of images relating to the experiment in the correct ...
Is it an animal, plant or mineral? Pupils match the puzzle pieces, fill in a chart and complete sentences to identify the materials used to make everyday objects. Teacher’s notes include ideas for an additional group activity and post-lesson projects.
Worksheet to consolidate different body parts via a labelling activity and an exercise which gets learners thinking which body parts connect to which.